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our country. >> ross perot, on the economy, the deficit and debt. and how it has changed since he ran for president. see the article on usatoday.com. ross perot, monday night on c- span. >> when nations cheat in trade, i will finally do something the president has not been willing to do and label him a currency manipulator. >> obama and romney meet in their first debate. watch and engage with c-span with a live debate preview, followed by two ways to watch the debate. both candidates on screen, and on c-span 2, the multi-camera version. follow our live coverage on c- span, c-span radio, and online at c-span.org. >> egypt's new president, muhammed morsi delivered his first speech at the general assembly. he is the first democratically elected leader following the arab spring. he called on the international community to support palestine like they've supported other countries. this is about 45 minutes.
of circumstances, and we haven't been found wanting. we have taken the difficult decisions to reduce the deficit by a quarter and have laid the foundations for a stronger, more balanced economy capable of delivering real and lasting growth. but conference, our task is far from complete, our party's journey far from over. i know that there are some in the party -- some in this hall even -- who, faced with several more years of spending restraint, would rather turn back than press on. break our deal with the conservatives, give up on the coalition, and present ourselves to the electorate in 2015 as a party unchanged. it's an alluring prospect in some ways. gone would be the difficult choices, the hard decisions, the necessary compromises. and gone too would be the vitriol and abuse, from right and left, as we work every day to keep this government anchored in the centre ground. but conference, i tell you this. the choice between the party we were, and the party we are becoming, is a false one. the past is gone and it isn't coming back. if voters want a party of opposition -- a "stop the world i wa
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